Bike For Good operates Cytech training Scotland, in Glasgow, providing cycle shop employees and members of the public with the highest levels of training and accreditation. Through this partnership Bike for Good provides Cytech’s world-class training and accreditation scheme for all current or aspiring bicycle technicians coming from Scotland and further afield.
To find out what courses are available and when please see the calendar page.
Technical one is the foundation of all the Cytech Technical courses and ensures candidates develop core competencies in skills fundamental to professional cycle maintenance. For more information click here
The Cytech home mechanic course is designed to give the enthusiast a good level of mechanical ability covering a comprehensive range of cycle maintenance areas. It is a two day course, led by an experienced instructor who will guide the learner through a good mix of demonstrations and practical exercises. For more information click here.
The international benchmark in bicycle maintenance Cytech technical two provides full practical training and assessment in the core area of assembly, set-up and ongoing servicing and maintenance. Intensive training and assessment covering the following topics: Health & Safety in the workshop Headsets, gears, rim brakes, hubs & bearings Introduction to disc brakes and hydraulic bleeding Internal hub gears Wheel truing & spoke replacement Wheel building For more information click here.
Cytech is the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians. Cytech delivers training and promotion of technical skills to the cycle trade and enthusiasts worldwide.